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by Christopher P. Randle

Author: Christopher P. Randle
Subcategory: Science & Mathematics
Language: English
Publisher: Amer Society of Plant Taxonomists (November 30, 2006)
Pages: 74 pages
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Series: Systematic Botany Monographs Volume: 80. By: Christopher P Randle. Images Additional images. Harveya (Orobanchaceae) is a genus of root holoparasites native to Africa, Madagascar, and Yemen.

Series: Systematic Botany Monographs Volume: 80. Publisher: American Society of Plant Taxonomists. Of 41 validly published species names attributed to Harveya, 25 apply to the 13 recognized species endemic to southern Africa. In the present study, a taxonomy of the southern African species is presented based on field and herbarium study, and a preliminary phylogenetic assessment.

HARVEYA PURPUREA: Orobanchaceae The endemic South African root parasite . Revision of Harveya (Orobanchaceae) of Southern Africa. Systematic Botany Monograph, vol. 80. American Society of Plant Taxonomists, Ann Abor.

HARVEYA PURPUREA: Orobanchaceae The endemic South African root parasite Harveya purpurea (. purpurea (Orobanchaceae) is illustrated and described, and its history, taxonomy, life cycle, host plants and distribution are given. The Levyns guide to the Plant Genera of the Southwestern Cape Red Roof Design, Cape Town Orobanchaceae. Wild Flowers of the Table Mountain National Park. Botanical Society of South Africa, Cape Town.

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Main Systematic Botany Monographs Volume 80. Systematic Botany Monographs. Volume 80. 1. Revision of Harveya (Orobanchaceae) of Southern Africa Revision of Harveya (Orobanchaceae) of Southern Africa. Christopher P. File: PDF, 1. 4 MB. 2. Revision of Harveya (Orobanchaceae) of Southern Africa Back Matter. File: PDF, 214 KB. 3. Revision of Harveya (Orobanchaceae) of Southern Africa Front Matter.

Systematic Botany Monographs encompasses taxonomic revisions and monographs published by the American Society of Plant Taxonomists. Revision of Harveya (Orobanchaceae) of Southern Africa Oct. 30, 2006 pp. 1-74. 2006 (Vol. 79). Monograph of Pseuduvaria (Annonaceae) Sep. 11, 2006 pp. 1-204.

Systematic Botany Monographs: Revision of Harveya (Orobanchaceae) of Southern Africa. Published by Amer Society of Plant Taxonomists (2006). ISBN 10: 0912861800 ISBN 13: 9780912861807.

Monographs in Systematic Botany also known as Monographs in Systematic Botany from the Missouri Botanical Garden is a series of monographs relating to the study of systematic botany. It is published by the Missouri Botanical Garden Press. Monographs in Systematic Botany was established in 1978. By 2010 a total of 120 issues had been published, approximately 15% of which, relating to the flora of Latin America, are published in Spanish. Monographs of Systematic Botany is indexed and abstracted in BioOne. Randle, Andrea D. Wolfe. American journal of botany. The status of Harveya alba (Orobanchaceae). The evolution of holoparasitism decreases the adaptive value of genes maintaining the photosynthetic apparatus. Phtheirospermum (Orobanchaceae), a hemiparasitic genus of Eastern Asia, is characterized by having long and viscous glandular hairs on stems and leaves. Despite this unifying character, previou. More).

Taxonomic revision of Harveya (Orobanchaceae) species of southern . Systematic Botany Monographs 80: 1-74. American Journal of Botany 92(9): 34-44.

Taxonomic revision of Harveya (Orobanchaceae) species of southern Africa. Are non-uniform clade priors important for Bayesian phylogenetic inference: a response to Brandley et al. Systematic Biology 55(1): 147-151 RANDLE, . Randle: Vita Page 4. Mort, . n. levsen, e. van jaarsveld, . randle, and a. palmer. Phylogenetics and diversification of Cotyledon (Crassulaceae) inferred from nuclear and chloroplast DNA sequence data.